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How do I copy files from my Linux machine to a DOS formatted floppy disk so that my Windows machine can read it?
You should format your disk in Windows, then mount it in Linux like this:
Put the floppy in the drive, right-click on the floppy icon, and select Mount Device, or open a terminal and type:
To copy files, right-click on the floppy icon and select Copy, or use the command:
cp [filename] /mnt/floppy
To unmount the floppy so you can eject it, right-click on the floppy icon and select Eject Device, or open a terminal and type: